Back end is the term used to describe the non-visible of a website for regular visitors. This is generally for administrators, editors and it includes applications and CMS to control content on the site.
Backlinks are hyperlinks from other websites which link back to yours. This can hugely impact on your website’s search ranking and overall reputation. Backlinks from high ranking sites will have a positive impact.
Bandwidth refers to the capacity of data transmission and the amount of information that can be transmitted on a transmission path for a given period of time.
The term “Beta” is used to describe a preliminary version of a project, software and web development. Beta also states the testing phase of a project.
A blog is a type of website which uses a timeline interface. In short for Web Log, a blog has articles stored and displayed according to their publication date. A blog can be personal or professional. In fact, many business have blog to deliver regular updates.
Bounce Rate is used to measure the percentage of visitors leaving a website from the same page they entered the site. This is a common indicator that show how good a website’s navigation and content quality is.
A breadcrumb is a navigation element which improves the ergonomics of navigation in a web site. It shows users the path from the home page. It is usually located on the top left of the page and looks like: Home > Services > SEO.
A broken link is a link in a web page pointing to non-existent content. A broken link, also known as dead link produces a “404” error (not found) when clicked by a visitor.
A browser (or Web browser) is a computer software used to browse the internet. The most common web browsers are Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Opera. While all the browser do the same task, they usually don’t display content alike.